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. it was a personal mistake. >> i sat down with house minority leader nancy pelosi. we'll hear more from that interview, but let's listen to what she said about this. >> so you don't think he should have resigned? >> well, that was his decision. that was his decision. my only -- >> but if you just think it's a personal matter, why should he resign? >> what happens in his life is not my business. what happens on the internet is i think stupid, but those are decisions that he made. i think he did something that wasn't good, and he made the honorable decision to resign. >> congressman king, should he have resigned? >> i think all the fact is, yes. i have great regard for general petraeus. i consider myself a friend of general petraeus, and he's handled himself with great dignity and class over the years. he's an outstanding leader. obviously mistakes were made here. i think we have to reach a stage, though, when you think of so many leaders in the past who have had sexual indiscretions and they stayed in office in the modern world in which we live, i guess it's almost like zero tolerance fo
." that's what nancy pelosi talked about. that's what speaker john boehner talked about, constructive, but there's also a lot of urgency. now, nancy pelosi, we have a lot more of this interview, a fascinating interview, told me she thought they could work out this deal in mid-december. i asked her, of course, look, we've heard optimism before and this went nowhere. but there is that urgency now. americans are sick of this. this is the second time around. >> and so overnight we saw -- we saw this video of david petraeus' alleged mistress, paula broadwell, his biographer walking with her husband. it's the first time we've seen the two of them since this scandal broke. so let me ask you about the petraeus affair, which i know you've been following so closely. where does this go now? what in your view is likely to be the next shoe to drop? >> well, i think what we've learned this week is this is not over. i think a week ago when we heard david petraeus say he was resigning because he had an extramarital affair, we thought it might go away. but every day it seems like there's something new
have e an nancy pelosi taking the position that it $1 million, not $250,000. said make itas $500,000. movement ise the going to come. >> we are nibbling at the edges. know, but that is where comes.ement >> i is there a deal behind clod doors that that we don't know about? i don't think so. posturing at this point. >> the tea party is not as was.g as it the memberswho came back won in gerrymandered districts, boehner has more control of his caucus this time. >> what the president did oneive them two things is it gives them two things -- one, a big tiff with the act and the amnesty program, and number two, a big obamacare, $10,000 a family. >> mititt romney explaining to s donors when he lost the election. gov. bobby jindal, chris chriristie, they don't like that kindnd of talk. well, becauause i h politically suicidal. -- is politicallyly suicidal. awhile i say to myself, you are an iot. ery me you, maybe he misspoke with 47% and we were doing him a disservice. now, that is what he meant that he said it again. >> toward t the end of the much -- hwas >> much more magnanimous. >> it
what you heard coming out of that meeng on friday. both nancy pelosi, mitch mcconnell, harry reid, a and john boehner thoughit w a great meeting. >> there was aot of happy talk followg ththe meeting.. this is just the openening salvo. if they want to still some confidence among businesses that is goining to happe. if no deal is struck, there will be automatic cuts to defense spending and progrgram i have to say i've admitted guilty of charge we theedia are talking so much about the defenseuts and possible tax hikes on the w wealthy, a lot of people are missing o there will be cuts s to theefenense spending and domestic spending.g. you have many programs t that are on the table and cou take a gger hit if t the defense lobbyists are mo successful. >> the cuts to thehe social programs don't ve the kind of powerful a iluential advocates saidid they have not got e same attention. is important to note that programs for low income people -- >> thecoululd still end up getting cut in lots of places. theydoug fruehling, let me turn to you. let's lo at just thcity of washington. mayor ay has
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